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Room 1
Wednesday, October 4, 2017  |  11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Open to Conference Attendees Only

Security Series Part 2: Remote Identification for Unmanned Aircraft

Lisa Ellman
Global UAS Practice Chair, Hogan Lovells; Co-Executive Director, Commercial Drone Alliance
Brendan Groves
Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice
Travis Mason
VP of Public Policy and Government Affairs, Airbus Ał
Christian Ramsey
President, uAvionix Corporation
Michael Sedam
Lieutenant, Commander, California Highway Patrol, Office of Air Operations
The commercial and consumer uses for drones have grown exponentially and this industry is poised to see aggressive growth. But as the industry continues to expand, law enforcement and homeland security agencies want to know: Whose drone is that? What security concerns do flights over people, beyond visual line of sight, and at night pose – and are there technology solutions that can mitigate security risks and help enable broader operations? The FAA recently convened an Aviation Rulemaking Committee to help the agency create standards for remotely identifying and tracking drone operations. Join law enforcement and industry representatives to discuss legal, policy and technology issues around remote identification – and what your business needs to know in this evolving regulatory landscape.